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[audio]Yael & Desiree Gezentsvey - 'Nuclear Family' play - Marian Evans
Desiree Gezentsvey's play Nuclear Family, is 'a comedic drama set in green New Zealand on the eve of the Chernobyl disaster, following a colourful bunch of Venezuelan and Soviet Jewish immigrants as they are forced to question whether freedom and control over one’s destiny are only illusions'. Desiree, based in Wellington, wrote the play for her daughter Yael, who played all twelve parts. Nuclear Familypremiered at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, went on to London and to the Edinburgh Fringe F...
Keywords: Chernobyl disaster; women playwrights
Downloads: 14
[audio]Plank Magazine - Episode 5 - From Hunter to Prey at the Vancouver Fringe 2009 - Plank Magazine
Our heroes talk about how they have gone from being reviewers to review-ees at the Vancouver Fringe.
Keywords: Plank Magazine; Vancouver Fringe; theatre; performance; playwrights
Downloads: 138
[audio]Plank Magazine - Episode 6 - The House of Kosa - Plank Magazine
Rachel Ann Scott submits this interview about the House of Kosa.
Keywords: Plank Magazine; House of Kosa; theatre; performance; playwrights
Downloads: 129
[audio]Plank Magazine - Episode 6 - The House of Kosa - Plank Magazine
Rachel Ann Scott submits this interview about the House of Kosa.
Keywords: Plank Magazine; House of Kosa; theatre; performance; playwrights
Downloads: 2
[audio]Plank Magazine - Episode 8 - Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - Plank Magazine
Our heroes talk about Dirty Rotten Scoundrels currently at The Playhouse Theatre.
Keywords: Plank Magazine; playhouse; dirty rotten scoundrels; theatre; performance; playwrights
Downloads: 165
[unknown]Project JazzHands: Archive of the website IndieTheaterNow.com from 2013-09-02
Archive of the IndieTheaterNow.com independent and fringe theatre review website. See http://www.indietheaternow.com/.
Keywords: website; web archive; Broadway; theatre; theater; New York City; theatre reviews; Fringe Festival; plays; playwrights
Downloads: 6
[texts]Making and unmaking in early modern English drama. Spectators, aesthetics and incompletion. - Chloe Porter
Why are early modern English dramatists preoccupied with unfinished processes of "making" and "unmaking"? And what did the terms "finished" or "incomplete" mean for dramatists and their audiences in this period? Making and unmaking in early modern English drama is about the significance of visual things that are 'under construction' in works by playwrights including Shakespeare, Robert Greene and John Lyly. Illustrated with examples from across visual and material culture, it opens up new inter...
Keywords: Literature and literary studies; Literature: history and criticism; Literary studies: plays and playwrights
Downloads: 15
[audio]Rag Radio 2011-01-28 / TX Observer Editor Bob Moser & Poet-Playwright Gregg Barrios - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Bob Moser edits The Texas Observer. A native North Carolinian, he edited the award-winning Independent Weekly before being named a Knight Fellow at Stanford University. Bob has been a senior writer for the Southern Poverty Law Center and a senior editor at The Nation. He's the author of Blue Dixie: Awakening the South's Democratic Majority. Texas native Gregg Barrios is a playwright and poet who wrote for the Los Angeles Times, was a book editor at the San Antonio Express-News, an editorial page...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Bob Moser; Gregg Barrios; Texas Observer; Journalists; Poets; Playwrights; The Rag; The Rag Blog
Downloads: 20
[audio]Poet, Playwright, Journalist, Filmmaker, and Critic Gregg Barrios - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Thorne Dreyer's guest is Gregg Barrios, a San Antonio-based journalist, playwright, poet, filmmaker, and critic. He is a 2013 USC Annenberg Getty Fellow and serves on the board of directors of the National Book Critics Circle. Gregg, whose work has appeared in The New York Times and other major media outlets, and on The Rag Blog, was editorial page editor for the Spanish language daily Rumbo and during the Chicano movement, edited the Raza Unida newspaper, La Verdad...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Gregg Barrios; Poets; Playwrights; Filmmakers; The Rag; Underground Press; Book Critics; San Antonio Writers; Chicano Activists
Downloads: 5
[audio]Insight: SN&R's 20th / "Women's Wit" / Agent Ribbons / "Her Minor Thing"
SN&R Turns 20 - Journalist Melinda Welsh was founding editor when the Sacramento News & Review first appeared in 1989. As the paper celebrates its 20th anniversary this week, she's back at the helm. She'll tell you what it was like to start the city's alternative weekly and what some of her favorite stories have been through the years. "Women's Wit" - Two one-act comedies by local women writers are playing together in Sacramento...
Keywords: SN&R; Sacramento News & Review; Melinda Welsh; Women's Wit; women playwrights; live performance; Agent Ribbons; Her Minor Thing; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 530
[movies]Benchmarks: Everybody's A Critic! (a benchmarks minis! episode)
A woman is a little too free with her opinions - unaware that the person sitting right next to her has a huge stake in the play. A "benchmarks minis!" episode. One of those little offshoots that wants to be a full episode someday. written & directed by Laura Black, camera Devin Hamilton, production assistant Grace Ih. starring Paula Fins as Critic & Jesse Torrilhon as Playwright. special thanks Valda Lake, Wallspace: www.wallspacela.com "Benchmarks" logo photo courtesy of Louis J...
Keywords: comedy; original; lulu pix; funny; tim allen; laura black; theatre; arts; play; critic; critics; theatre critics; lol; series; web; web series; show; author; playwright; playwrights; pulitzer; bench; benches; benchmark; benchmarks; lobby; intermission
Downloads: 8
[audio]It Takes a Village Radio Show hosted by Carla Kjellberg - Carla Kjellberg
Will Steeger will make his Global Warming presentation at St. Joan or Arc Sunday April 23rd at 2:00 pm; Justice Square: State Senator Ellen Anderson Nina Natarjan will talk about the Pangea Wold Theater production of Entrances and Exits at the Playwrights Center, 2301 E. Franklin Ave. April 22nd at 8pm and April 23rd at 2 pm http://www.pangeaworldtheater.org/
Keywords: Carla Kjellberg; radio broadcast; radio show; villagetalkradio.com; progressive voice for family, faith and community; Will Steeger; Global Warming presentation; State Senator Ellen Anderson Nina Natarjan; Pangea Wold Theater production of Entrances and Exits at the Playwrights Center; pangeaworldtheater.org
Downloads: 209
[audio]Insight: Sac City Redistricting / Science of Origami / Dinners with Augie / Alex Jenkins
Sac City Redistricting - The Sacramento City Council was expected to vote on the four redistricting plans presented to them by a citizens' committee at the City Council meeting last night, but they put it off to allow for more study of the proposals. Two of the proposals would combine districts, essentially kicking an encumbant out of office. Today on Insight, we'll talk with the Sacramento Bee's Ryan Lillis about the four plans and what's expected to happen next...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento redistricting; Ryan Lillis; Sacramento Bee, The; Greyhound bus terminal in Sacramento; science of origami; origami; Robert Lang, origami artist and Fellow of the Optical Society of America; From Flapping Birds to Space Telescopes: The Modern Science of Origami; UC Davis; math and origami; Dinners with Augie; Charles Scott, playwright; Sacramento Playwrights Collaborative; Alex Jenkins, percussionist; Sound Immersion; studio performance; live performance
Downloads: 153
[audio]Artchatpodcast 074 - Steve Harlow, Ruth Parson, Mary Burns, David King, Allan Ludwig, Emory Holmes II, Jim "Jimmy the Peach" Aaron, Desmond Clancy,
Episode 074 - Be You Now Recorded: March 18, 2013 Participants: Steve Harlow, Jim "Jimmy The Peach" Aaron, Ruth Parson, Allan Ludwig, Emory Holmes II, Mary Burns, David King, Desmond Clancy. Emory asks what is "Be Here Now." Steve recalls seeing, in 1970, the first edition of what became the book, it was a cardboard box full of charts, graphics, a record, a fold-out board game, and a stack of loose brown sheets of text...
Keywords: art, artchat, Be Here Now, Steal This Book, Roblar Road, Sonoma County, Swami Muktananda, Ram Das, The Emperor's New Clothes, 1918VAPTU, The Unimaginable, La Meuse, Jorge Franganillo, Irish-American, Barry Fitzgerald, Grosse Ile, coffin ships, Irish Diaspora, Negroes, St. Patrick's Day, Ireland, Book of Kells, Civilisation, Kenneth Clark, Western Civilisation, Celts, Playwrights Theatre Centre, Man About Midnight, The Life Of Pi, Christopher Doyle, Frieda Kahlo, monobrow, Adrian Younge, aristocracy, Annie Baker, blockbuster, Guggenheim, Fine Arts, Industrial Arts; artchat
Downloads: 58
[texts]Tenderloin Times (September 1991) (Volume Vol. 15, No. 8)
Tenderloin neighborhood quadrilingual monthly newspaper
Keywords: lead tests for TL kids; Stop Sexual Abuse of Asian kids; Adam Sparks fined for violating zoning code; Kim Redemer; Norman Yee; Wu Yee Children's Services; Le Ly Hayslip; Rachel Gordon; Father Thomas Flower; Betty Mangual; Janice Mirikitani; Cambodian Budhist Temple; Senior Action Network; Gloria La Riva; SEIU march on Mason street in support of janitors at Apple Silicon Valley; General Assistance Advocacy Project; Win Cottrell; Hamilton Family Shelter; Vietnamese Youth Development Program; Luon Tu; Bac Hoai Tran; Bay Area Playwrights Festival; Richard Haratani; Erin Wilson; Dodi Derwin; LaFloyd Johnson; John M. Kimbro; Burghardt Burkie DuBois; Phoebe Kretschmer
[texts]Noe Valley Voice (Volume Vol. IX, No. 3)
Noe Valley neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Bill Maher Proposes Parking Garages; April Fool's; Bank of America Personnel; Zoning; Letters; Zippy; Diamond Heights Explosion; Songwriter Joady Guthrie; Short Takes; Mary Golden, Jazz Writer; Not the Noe Valley Voice (April Fool's section begins); Frat Leaves Tower on 24th St; Ice Cream Vigilante; Rash of Pet Nappings; U.S.S. Missouri Docks on 24th St; Blizzard and Blackout photos; Drug Bust; (April Fool's section ends); Spring (photo essay); Jeanh Teeters and Comedy Times; Playwrights Unit; Rumors; More Mouths; More Books; Class Ads; Calendar; Zippy
Downloads: 13
[image]A Few Moments with Steve Tesich - Interview by Dejan Stojanovic
An Interview by Dejan Stojanovic — Full Text This interview was performed in the Goodman Theater in the winter of 1992 and published in the Serbian Magazine, "Views," in April 1992. It has never been published in English before. Steve Tesich (1942-1996) was a Serbian-American Oscar-winning screenwriter, playwright and novelist. He won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 1979 for "Breaking Away." For the same movie, Tesich won: The National Society of Film Critics Award, Best Scre...
Keywords: Steve Tesich; Oscar; Academy Award; best original screenplay; Conversations; plays; interviews; razgovori; screenwriter of the year; National Society of Film Critics Award; New York Film Critics Circle Award; Writers Guild of America Award; Best-Written Comedy Written Directly for the Screen; Screenwriter of the Year; ALFS Award from the London Critics Circle Film Awards; 1981; art; literature; drama; comedy; umetnost; Dejan Stojanovic; Steve Stojan Tesich; writers; great writers; drama, great playwrights; great screenwriters; screenwriting; great interviews; film; pesnik; pesnici; artist; artists; books; knjige; American Writers, literature in America, American Literature, film, Uzice, Belgrade, Beograd, Chicago, New York, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Adriatic, white, black, yellow, green, red, blue, Great writers - Steve Tesich, history, theatre, Steve, Tesich
Downloads: 98
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